Menika van der Poorten’s photography includes personal exhibition work and freelance commissions. She has exhibited widely, both locally and internationally. Her photographic practice is informed by living between different cultures and communities. Interested in different ways of narrating stories Menika is influenced by memory, spaces, and personal stories. Menika has been involved in Photographic education both here and in London for over 20 years, The development of photography education is one of her major areas of interest as is the concern for promoting documentation.
- Human Rights and 50 days of Sri Lanka’s new Presidency
- Whose democracy is it anyway?
- Unity of the Ruling Political Class and the National Government
- Army in the North: Contesting the views of Prof. Rohan Gunaratna
- A Tale of Two Chief Justices: From Process to Principles – Part I
- Beating the Communal Drum by Hardcore Sinhala Nationalists
- Deconstructing Independence Day Discourse 2015: A Response to Dr. Dayan Jayatilleka
- Open Letter to the Government of Sri Lanka: On the Port City Review
- Review of ‘Nation, Constitutionalism and Buddhism in Sri Lanka’
- Truth and accountability: Corruption, human rights abuses and war crimes